According to a Washington Post ABC News poll 331 of 502
According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll, 331 of 502 randomly selected U.S. adults interviewed said they would not be bothered if the National Security Agency collected records of personal telephone calls they had made. Is there sufficient evidence to conclude that a majority of U.S. adults feel this way? Test the appropriate hypotheses using a .01 significance level.
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